Mitsubishi Triton Comparison

    Mitsubishi has released pricing for its Triton ute range ahead of Australian showroom arrivals in February 2024.

    There will be just six variants at launch: all utes and all with a new bi-turbo diesel four-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission. Five of these are dual-cab utes, and all bar one feature four-wheel drive.

    Cab-chassis models will arrive after the Triton’s launch, as will a manual transmission on some variants.

    The base model for now is the GLX 4×2 dual-cab ute, which at $43,690 before on-road costs is $3250 more than the equivalent model in the outgoing Triton range.

    That’s the smallest price increase in the new-generation range, with prices up by as much as $7600. We’ve included a breakdown in the price list below.

    Mitsubishi has justified the price increases by saying the new Triton is more powerful, efficient, technologically advanced, safe, strong, large, ergonomic, well-equipped and comfortable than before, while also boasting increased towing capacity and off-road ability.

    It also says new component and supplier sourcing naturally leads to increased costs, as do increased parts and logistics costs throughout the supply chain.

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    Mitsubishi Triton

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